Front Teeth Off Center? We Can Fix That

Front Teeth off Center?

Have you noticed that your front teeth are off center? You may have a midline discrepancy. A midline discrepancy may sound complicated, but it is simply when the front two teeth do not line up with the center of the face. Don’t worry; midline discrepancies are extremely common and generally harmless. Until recently, actor Tom Cruise had one of the most famous midline discrepancies in the country. 

Fortunately, midline discrepancies or gaps in your teeth are easy to fix with braces. Whether you prefer metal, lingual, or clear braces, there are several ways to correct misaligned teeth. Here’s everything you need to know about centering your teeth with braces


If your teeth are off center, you have plenty of options for treatment. The typical solution is braces but there are many different types of braces to choose from. Metal braces are the classic style, composed of metal brackets and wires. They tend to be the most affordable type of braces, but can be more uncomfortable and noticeable than other styles.

For those looking for more discreet braces, lingual braces are a good option. Lingual braces are placed behind the teeth, allowing you to eat and speak normally while keeping the braces out of sight. Invisalign braces are also subtler than traditional braces, but can be removed with ease unlike any other style of braces. Because Invisalign braces are clear and removable, they are an increasingly popular option for adults. 

Finding the Best Option for You

Whether you’re struggling with crooked teeth, off center teeth, or gaps, braces are a valuable tool to help you perfect your smile. In most cases, which type of braces you use is a matter of preference. Metal braces are affordable and classic, while clear braces provide an extra level of subtlety and comfort. 

Invisalign braces are suitable for correcting many, but not all, tooth problems. To determine what kind of braces are right for you, visit your orthodontist for a braces consultation. Head over to our website to find out everything you need for your first appointment.

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